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Posted on: December 12, 2018

[ARCHIVED] News Release: Oakley Man in Texas Extradited Back to Contra Costa; Facing Additional Charges



December 12, 2018

Contact: Scott Alonso, 925-957-8638

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Oakley Man in Texas Extradited Back to Contra Costa County; Additional Felony Charges Filed for Child Pornography

Martinez, Calif. –Today, the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office filed an amended complaint against defendant Tristan Curl, which had additional felony charges for the distribution of child pornography and advertising of and distribution of child pornography. Curl, a resident of Oakley, California and a student living in Austin, Texas, was extradited yesterday back to Contra Costa County by the Sheriff’s Office. A Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge approved the extradition of Curl from Travis County Jail.

Curl is a student at St. Edwards University. This afternoon Curl was arraigned in the Pittsburg Superior Court and he entered a not guilty plea. He remains in custody on $500,000 bail.

The case against Curl is ongoing and there may be additional victims related to the distribution or creation of pornography involving students in Contra Costa County. Anyone with information about Curl’s alleged activities please contact Oakley Police Department Officer Casey Minister at 925-625-8855.

Originally, on November 28, our office filed criminal charges against Curl for school threats at Freedom High School and for threatening a school administrator. Curl now faces a total of 10 felony counts

Case information: People v. Curl, Docket Number 01-187978-2


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